The Best of Red Bull Rampage Photo Gallery
Welcome to Rampage
Welcome to the annual gathering of the world's best freeride mountain bike athletes in the desert of south west Utah for the 20th Anniversary Red Bull Rampage
Tyler McCaul, Kurt Sorge and Tom Van Steenbergen
At Rampage, all the riders hike the mountain for every lap, sometimes providing its own challenges as Tyler McCaul, Kurt Sorge and Tom Van Steenbergen climb a tricky section.
Jaxson Riddle at play in the shadows of the final practice
Real MTB silver medalist and fan favorite Brage Vestavik was a new invite to Rampage and spent the week constructing an extremely rugged new line.
Brage Vestavik and Tyler McCaul
Brage Vestavik chats with Real MTB host and fellow competitor Tyler McCaul as he finishes building his line on the last day of practice
On the final evening of practice Vestavik tested his absolutely massive drop, coming up just short on the landing and suffering injuries that would force him to withdraw from Friday's competition.
Brandon Semenuk tail whips into his largest drop with the competition venue in the background on the last day of practice.
Red Bull Rampage Venue
Sun sets on the massive Red Bull Rampage venue on the eve of competition.
Szymon Godziek and Kurt Sorge
Szymon Godziek floats a table top as Kurt Sorge looks on in the early morning of competition day.
Always a picture of quiet composure, Brandon Semenuk with laser focus on the final morning practice of competition day
Veteran Kurt Sorge floats one of many back flips down his line, another solid performance from the three time Rampage winner, this time earning a 2nd place podium.
Reed Boggs rips a 360 off the largest drop down a his unique line at Rampage, a performance worthy of his first Rampage podium with a solid third place.
Rampage legend and Real MTB bronze medalist Cam Zink throws his signature massive backflip to the roars of the crowd.
Veteran Kyle Strait, the only rider to compete in every Rampage, launches his largest drop with a no hander.
Local boy Ethan Nell launches a back flip onto his lily pad landing.
Szymon Godziek descending the knobblin feature out of the start gate at the top of the mountain.
Kurt Sorge above the raucous crowd of mountain bike faithful.
Ethan Nell ripping down the rugged landscape of Rampage.
Tyler McCaul launching a can can backflip on the lower course.
Kyle Strait styling out his final jump for the crowd.
Brandon Semenuk, Kurt Sorge and Reed Boggs
In the end it was Brandon Semenuk climbing the top of the podium for his historic fourth Rampage title, joined by Kurt Sorge in second and Reed Boggs in third.